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Female burglar dressed for success and crime

JONESBORO, Ga. -- Neighbors on Raymond Street in Clayton County say they want Jonesboro Police to step up patrols in their community. They say there has been an unsettling spike in crime in their quiet subdivision. 

And the person responsible for the latest break-in there is raising a few eyebrows after being caught on the victim's security camera.

A neatly dressed woman in business attire gets out of a blue Buick LeSabre and calmly walks back and forth between doors, trying to see if someone's home.

When it's clear that the house is empty, she forcefully kicks in the door. 

"She leaves the front porch and goes back to her vehicle," said Jonesboro Police Sgt. Brad Pair. "And she goes back around the front porch, and you see a side door start to shake. You see the door bust open, and you see the female there." 

Students suspended for posting mugshot of principal

RIVERDALE, Ga. -- Most of us have done it at some point. Searched someone's name on the internet. But one Riverdale High School senior took it a step further, posting what he found on Instagram.  It's a decision that could have kept him from walking on graduation day.

Ke'andre Varner says he had time to kill in class on Monday, so when a buddy found a mugshot of their principal he decided to take a picture with his phone and pass it along, posting it on instragram.

As word spread, one student asked why she was arrested. Varner thought he'd chosen his words carefully.

"I put I thought she got arrested for DUI instead of saying she did get arrested for DUI," explained Varner.

Regardless, it wasn't true. A spokesman for the Clayton County School District says the principal, Jamille Miller-Brown, was arrested, after missing a court date on a speeding ticket.

Morrow High School lockdown lifted after nearby burglaries

MORROW, Ga. -- Morrow High school was on lockdown Wednesday morning, but classes continued as normal.

School public information officer David Waller says police were investigating the burglaries of nearby homes.

Police were searching for suspects and the school was locked down as a precaution.

Man shot at mobile home park

Man shot at mobile home park

RIVERDALE, Ga. -- Clayton County Police say a man was shot at a mobile home park early Monday.

The shooting happened at around 3 a.m. in a mobile home on Riverdale Road.

Dispatchers said the victim got into an argument and was shot several times by another man. He was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital; his condition is not immediately known. The suspect was arrested at the scene. No names were released.

The shooting is still under investigation.

Life & relationship strategist Kenny Pugh launches program for teen pregnancy

Life & relationship strategist Kenny Pugh launches program for teen pregnancy

In support and partnership with The National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Life & Relationship Strategist, Author and Speaker,Kenny Pugh (http://www.kennypugh.com) will launch Abstinence Matters

2 wanted for stealing wheels, rims from car dealerships

2 wanted for stealing wheels, rims from car dealerships

ATLANTA -- Clayton County police are looking for two men accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of wheels and rims from car dealerships in two states.

Corey Montgomery is wanted on 100 counts of theft. Clayton County Police Sgt. K.T. Hughes said investigators believe Montgomery, 34, spearheads a criminal organization that takes wheels and rims from GMC and Chevrolet vehicles at dealerships in Georgia and Alabama.

Hughes said Montgomery's accomplice is 48-year-old John Paul Vinson. Vinson is homeless, but is often seen around Rice Street in northwest Atlanta.

Anyone who sees Montgomery and Vinson or knows their whereabouts is asked to call 911 or Clayton County Police at 678-610-4785.

15 year old boy missing from Stockbridge apartment complex

CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Clayton County authorities are searching for a missing 16-year-old boy who was last seen on April 22. 

According to authorities, 15-year-old Donte Terrel Miller was last seen near the Hyde Park Club Apartments on the 3300 block of Mt. Zion Road in Stockbridge on April 22. 

Miller was in contact with his sister until Friday when she lost contact with him. 

Miller is described as about 5-foot-6-inches tall and weighing 100 pounds. They said he has brown eyes and black hair. Anyone with information on Miller is being asked to call the Clayton County Sheriff's Officer at 678-479-5350.